Press Releases beta site goes live: A valuable new resource to find and compare highly ruggedized custom-designed and cots displays for avionics, ground mobile, naval and industrial applications. has launched a single online resource enabling faster, more comprehensive searches of available display solutions for virtually any electronic system used in military and high-end civilian applications.

More than 40 different flat-panel displays are shown, along with a selection of options so broad that thousands of displays, available in a range of sizes, are represented. Visitors can choose from custom-designed, COTS and Modified COTS displays, bezels, panels and integrated components, in order to fulfill the precise requirements of any system, mission or budget.

“With Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) an absolutely essential part of virtually every warfare system, it has never been more important that the displays -- which enable crews and commanders to visually assess data and situations -- stand up to the extreme rigors of battle,” according to Ken Ice, Vice President of Business Development. “As a world-class provider of such displays, we’re perfectly positioned to deliver the data, specifications, options and free consultation that will enable electronic design engineers to make the best selections for new and retrofit display solutions. And clearly, any system operating in the harshest commercial and industrial applications can benefit from our experience meeting ultra-rugged military standards.”

During the beta test period for – expected to run approximately 60 days – additional information will be added, including downloadable data sheets for each product shown. Downloadable white papers will be also be available on a number of related topics. A direct email link allows visitors to request more information or schedule a free engineering consultation. is the brainchild of the Orbit Electronics Group, consisting of Tulip Development Laboratory Inc. (TDL), Orbit Instrument (OI), and Integrated Combat Systems. All three companies are subsidiaries of Orbit International.